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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - 29 November 2019 - Auditorium

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Slides 2 - 6: Introduction to the programme by Georgia Angelaki
Slides 7 - 9: Keynote Michael Edson
Slides 10 - 40: Europeana Aggregators Forum by Marco Rendina
Slides 42 - 75: Promoting Cultural Heritage with digital invasion by Altheo Valentini-Egina and Marianna Marcucci
Slides 77 - 97: Opportunities for digital cultural heritage and the public domain, under the EU Copyright Rules by Paul Keller, Steven Stegers, Jurga Gradauskaite, Antje Schmidt, Sebastiaan ter Burg and Harry Verwayen
Slides 98 - 101: Climate Call for Action: Outcomes by Barbara Fischer
Slides 102 - 114: Wrap up and closure by Marco de Niet

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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - 29 November 2019 - Auditorium

  1. 1. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY EUROPEANA 2019 29 Nov 2019 | LISBON
  2. 2. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY National Aggregator to Europeana Project Lead National Documentation Centre of Greece
  3. 3. 09:20 - 10:00 Plenary session Michael Edson (Museum of United Nations) (on video) Marco Rendina on the Europeana Aggregator Forum 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break Welcome & introduction to the programme Start of Europeana ‘Europe at work’ collection day 2 (Sala Multimedia)
  4. 4. 10:30 - 11:55 Parallel sessions Promoting cultural heritage with digital invasion (Auditorium) How to implement the FAIR principles in digital culture (Room 1) Achieving inclusivity & diversity in the Europeana Network (Room 2) 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch, demonstrations and networking >
  5. 5. 13:05 - 14:30 Parallel sessions Opportunities for digital cultural heritage and the public domain, under the EU Copyright Rules (Auditorium) Europeana Tech Unconference (Room 1) Communicating the value of digital culture to stakeholders (Room 2)
  6. 6. 14:35 - 15:30 Plenary session How was your journey? (moderated by Harry Verwayen) Wrap-up & closure of the conference (Marco de Niet) 15:45 Library Tour 3 (Reservations only)
  7. 7. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Co-founder and Associate Director
  8. 8. CLICK TO ADD SUBTITLE Max amount of text per slide 6 lines at size 15. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu pariatur.
  9. 9. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  10. 10. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Managing Director Aggregators for Digital Cultural Heritage in Europe
  11. 11. The Europeana initiative REPRESENTS THE COMMUNITY REPRESENTS CINTENT PARTNERS OPERATES
  12. 12. New strategy focus
  13. 13. ● Who we are and what we do ● Our goals ● What we offer ● National and Domain/thematic aggregators ÖK:s mannekänguppvisning. 4 april 1955, Örebro Kuriren, Örebro läns museum, Sweden, Public domain
  14. 14. Who we are and what we do A Pan-European network A Europe-wide network of national, regional, domain and thematic aggregators, enabling cultural institutions to share their collections online on Europeana and open it up to new audiences Connecting content and people Aggregators work with cultural institutions and collectors to gather authentic, trustworthy and robust data and make it accessible to Europeana, education clouds, research infrastructures, creatives, developers and the general public.
  15. 15. Who we are and what we do 12 pan-European thematic and domain aggregators. 25 national and regional aggregators, gathering content from cultural institutions across Europe. Aggregators work with thousands of museums, galleries, libraries, archives, audiovisual archives, collectors and communities. Aggregators offer advice and support in digitisation, content description, licensing, media formats accessibility, multilingualism and in domain and subject vocabularies. Network Culture partners Expertise Aggregators are the backbone of content supply to Europeana, connecting and promoting Europeana to their networks and communities.
  16. 16. Who we are and what we do Member States and regional authorities are the main funders of national and regional aggregators. The domain and thematic aggregators are co-funded by their members and the EU. Aggregators supply around 90% of all content in Europeana. 47+ million items including digital images, texts, videos, sounds and 3D objects from Europe’s diverse cultural heritage. Aggregators are agents of change, encouraging investments in new technologies and digital skills, and contributing to digitization strategies at national and European levels. Finance Content base Impact
  17. 17. Our goals • Aggregators are catalysts for digital transformation in cultural institutions. • Aggregators support thousands of cultural heritage institutions and their communities to build Digital Europe. • Aggregators foster digital culture, promote open standards and encourage the free flow of data across borders for re-use in applications for education, tourism and leisure.
  18. 18. What we offer Aggregators use standards, vocabularies and linked data and promote their use by cultural institutions offering case studies and translations to ease their uptake Aggregators contribute actively to the development of international and national domain and subjects standards Aggregators work actively to improve and enrich data and content, promote international recommendations for best practices in digital culture and support to cultural heritage professionals Technology Standards Quality Aggregators provide tools, services and infrastructures (data repositories, cloud storage, metadata harvesting, metadata mapping, enrichment services, APIs and portals) Helpdesks are available for cultural institutions
  19. 19. What we offer Aggregators are well placed to reach out to institutions, communities and enthusiasts to develop metadata strategies that connect objects and collections to audiences, bridging generation and perspective gaps between cultural heritage content, professionals and Europeana users More than 10 thematic collections launched on Europeana, based on content provided by aggregators. Active role in raising awareness of Europeana amongst European citizens. 100% of content carries a rights label. Digital Europe Inclusion Highlights Aggregators’ infrastructure supports connectivity and makes cultural data interoperable with portals, education clouds, research infrastructures, Europeana and other users.
  20. 20. Domain and thematic aggregators • 12 Pan-European networks built around a specific heritage domain • operate as digital cultural heritage Expert hubs offering specialist support to CHIs across Europe • main partners in the Europeana DSI core service • main driver behind the Europeana thematic collections • rely on EU funding and membership fees
  21. 21. National and regional aggregators • 25 institutions operating at a national/regional level in 21 Member States plus Serbia • maintaining a cross-domain or domain specific national aggregation infrastructures • collaborate to the Europeana initiative bringing CHIs’ rich content from a national and local level to Europeana • rely on national and local funding
  22. 22. ● About the EAF ● The new EAF (why and how) ● Benefits of being a member ● Responsibilities ● Accreditation process ÖK:s mannekänguppvisning. 4 april 1955, Örebro Kuriren, Örebro läns museum, Sweden, Public domain
  23. 23. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA About the Europeana Aggregators Forum • Established in 2012 • Members: National and pan-European domain and thematic aggregators Purpose • Exchange ideas, knowledge, experiences and best practices • Foster closer working relationships and two-way communication between members Meetings • Twice a year organised and hosted by an aggregator or the EF Office
  24. 24. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA WHY a new EAF • To place the community of aggregators at the centre • To give increased recognition for organisations aggregating Europe’s cultural heritage • Joint mission: Improve access to culture • Working on standards and frameworks • Bringing people & organisations together • To have the opportunity to function as an instrument to influence political action on cultural heritage The new Europeana Aggregators Forum
  25. 25. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA HOW a • Firming up the scope of the Forum • Establishing a light organisational structure • Improving visibility and recognition for the community The new Europeana Aggregators Forum
  26. 26. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA Scope The purpose of the Aggregator Forum is to coordinate all activities required for the effective functioning of a pan-European aggregation ecosystem both at operational and at strategic level. ● OPERATIONAL LEVEL ○ Forum to ensure development and uptake of standards and frameworks and training programmes. Sharing also best practice, tools, etc. ● STRATEGIC LEVEL ○ Forum to function as advocacy body for Europe’s national, domain and thematic aggregators ○ Forum to coordinate with EF on how to reach the aggregation goals ○ Forum and EF to take joint responsibility for the mission of aggregation
  27. 27. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA Establishing an organisation structure EAF Steering Group Chair ✔ Responsible for setting the agenda in collaboration with members of the Steering Group ✔ Chair meetings, ensure participation of relevant member(s) ✔ Function as ENA/MC liaison after each EAF Meeting or when specific issues for discussion points occur Vice-Chair ✔ Shared responsibilities with Chair EF Representative ✔ Ensure alignment with EF strategy and development ✔ Ensure visibility of the role of the aggregators on Europeana Pro ✔ Organise logistically EAF meeting in collaboration with hosting organisation ✔ Act as liaison between the EAF and the Europeana DSI project
  28. 28. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Aggregators CC BY-SA Improving visibility and recognition HOW a • Promote outputs and activities of the Forum o Case studies and recommendations o Standardised Training Programme o Train the trainer workshops • Ensure visibility for Europe’s cultural heritage aggregation ecosystem o Use Europeana Pro to feature aggregators’ role and expertise o Aggregators Factsheet • Raise awareness of the Aggregators’ role in the Europeana initiative at the EC and Members States level
  29. 29. Benefits • EAF membership (access to EAF meetings and EAF Basecamp) • Vote in decisions taken by the EAF • Aggregator profile on Pro • Representatives of the Europeana initiative • Use EAF logo (trusted partner)
  30. 30. Responsibilities • Provide content to Europeana • Clear scope • Help and support for CHIs • Sufficient capacity • Exit or transition plan • Active participation in EAF • Collaborate with EF and other aggregators
  31. 31. Accreditation Process • Candidate fills application form and commits to responsibilities • EAF SG pre-evaluates the application • Candidate submits test data successfully & sign DEA • Candidate is invited to present at EAF meeting • EAF members ratify the accreditation • Candidate receives the Accreditation letter
  32. 32. EAF branding
  33. 33. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  34. 34. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  35. 35. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  36. 36. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  37. 37. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  38. 38. Full index of accredited aggregators with complete info and contacts details Europeana Pro
  39. 39. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain @EuropeanaEU
  40. 40. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities
  41. 41. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain European Grants International Academy
  42. 42. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY EU projects manager, digital and social innovation specialist ‘Promoting cultural heritage with digital invasions’
  43. 43. Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for Adult Education To promote the exchange of good practices for the involvement of citizens in the dissemination, enhancement and care of cultural heritage, through an innovative methodology based on the use of new communication technologies.
  44. 44. Italy’s most beautiful village
  45. 45. Steve McCurry @ Bevagna Sensational Umbria
  46. 46. Empowerment of cultural operators... ● ● ● ● ●
  47. 47. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Communication (Digital) Strategist, Marketing & Innovation for Travel and Culture industries Invasioni Digitali ‘Promoting Cultural heritage with digital invasions’
  48. 48. “We believe in a new connection between museums and participants based on the active participations of people to the production, creation and valorization of culture”
  49. 49. “We believe in new ways of experiencing cultural sites, never more passive, where knowledge will be built and not only transmitted.Where the participant will be involved and creating another form of art.”
  50. 50. WE COME IN PEACE
  51. 51. The painter's work does not end with its context: it ends in the eye of the observer. Alberto Burri
  52. 52. This exhibition is a great retrospective of José de Guimarães' graphic work, which presents a representative selection of his engraving produced from the 60's until the end of 2018. The exhibition is based on the collection of works that the author has been donating to BNP, where there is a copy of all his engraving, totaling over 400 construction.
  53. 53. Jorge de Sena was born in Lisbon on November 2, 1919. Commemoration of 100 years of his birth with materials from the personal archive of the author From family with navy tradition, and commanding father of the Merchant Navy, the sea seemed to be his destination. He was a young cadet, traveling in Sagres to Brazil and then to Africa Starts writing poetry at 16. His work, in addition to more than 12 books of poetry, encompasses the novel, the theater and the translation of works of fiction such as Hemingway, Faulkner, Caldwell, Peacock, Greene and poetry.
  54. 54. Fernando Oliveira was one of the most curious figures of the sixteenth century. In early 1536 its grammar of Portuguese language was printed in Lisbon (whose only known example is preserved in BNP). In 1555 published the Art of War of the Sea, an innovative treatise on nautical themes (of which the BNP retains a copy). This exhibition rehearses a recomposition of Fernando de Oliveira's book universe, including not only his own writings, but above all the many titles that are summoned in his works and which he would have consulted or even possessed at some point in his complex existential path.
  55. 55. You can participate to the invasion ONLINE posting pictures from the Online Library of the National Library of Portugal! http://livrariaonline.bnportugal.pt
  56. 56. #FeelingCulture #EuropeanaCommunities You can follow the invasion online!
  57. 57. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities
  58. 58. Opportunities for digital cultural heritage and the public domain, under the EU Copyright Rules Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Publicspace.online
  59. 59. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY publicspace.online Introduction to the new EU copyright rules
  60. 60. Text and data mining (Art.3&4) ● ○ ○ ●
  61. 61. Digital and cross-border teaching (Art.5) ● ● ● ●
  62. 62. Out of Commerce Works (Art.8-11) ● ○ ○ ●
  63. 63. Is it a collection of OOCWs? Is there a representative CMO for the type of works? Does the CMO want to issue a license and can parties agree on terms? Collection can be made available online relying on the exception The collection cannot be made available online no yes no no yes Collection can be made available in accordance with the terms of the license yes Intention to make the collection available needs to be published in a single public online portal. Rightholders have 6 months to object / opt-out. OOCWs flowchart (Art.8-11)
  64. 64. Visual art in the public domain (Art.14) ● ● ● ●
  65. 65. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY
  66. 66. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Open Nederland Public Domain Day 2020
  67. 67. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY ‘Digital transformation’ An epic journey
  68. 68. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  69. 69. Constantin Hansen, En lille pige, Elise Købke, med en kop foran sig, 1850, Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark, CC0, https://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/2020903/KMS3388.html
  70. 70. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY 1. We called for action 2. We came together 3. We agreed on actions Join us here: http://bit.ly/2OkYQzC
  71. 71. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  72. 72. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  73. 73. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Chair of the Europeana Network Association
  74. 74. “Connect Communities” => “Connected community” !
  75. 75. “Writer pays homage to lost love and a dying Europe” Photo: Gelya Bogatishcheva
  76. 76. National Museum of Natural History - University of Lisbon Europeana MNHNL-0001133-MB-IMG & MNHNL-0000759-MB-IMG Transformation (in a green way)
  77. 77. Group picture from 28-11 (not the mirror world, but real people)
  78. 78. ‘O Fado’ (1910) by José Malhoa Museu do Fado https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/O_Fado
  79. 79. 2020!
  80. 80. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain @EuropeanaEU
  81. 81. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain Sharing the story of Europe through our working lives in the past and the present.
  82. 82. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain ‘We still don't yet have our collections online for people to see… we are working on digitisation. This collection day will be the first time we will be able to put something online.’ - Emi Ingo, Fiskars Museum
  83. 83. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain ‘On our way to digitize and share our collection, the collection days mark one step to visibility and accessibility... a great motivation for our colleagues to publish online and open access.’ - Dr Elisabeth Böhm, Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg
  84. 84. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain

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